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Provides background and financials for both U.S. and foreign-based publicly traded companies. Mergent records include presentation-quality FactSheets (aka TearSheets) and for many companies. Financials can be downloaded into Excel spreadsheets.
Hoover's provides introductory information and financials on thousands of public and private companies, as well as divisions and subsidiaries.
In-depth information on 50,000 public and private companies, with detailed insight into how the world's major companies are organized and function. MarketLine SWOT Analyses provide independent analysis of the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats that exist for the most important companies in each industry sector.
Standard & Poor’s NetAdvantage is a comprehensive source of business and investment information, offering on-line access to popular Standard & Poor’s research products, including Compustat Excel Analytics reports.
View detailed financial data and compare companies side-by-side.
In addition to news services, content is drawn from America's Corporate Finance Directory, Directory of Corporate Affiliations, Hoover's Company Capsules, Hoover's Company Profiles, Political Action Committee reports, and Mergerstat M&A reports.
Provides detailed histories of the largest and most influential companies (public and private) and nonprofits worldwide. Each history runs between 3-10 pages, and include Key dates, Company Perspectives (mission, goals, ideals), Principal Competitors, Principal Subsidiaries, and Further Reading. Histories are updated periodically.
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